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Murach's ASP.Net Upgrader's Guide - Review
by Charles Profitt | Published  01/29/2006 | Book Reviews ASP.NET | Rating:
Charles Profitt
Charles Profitt currently works as both a developer and system administrator for a K-12 school district. His diverse experience includes working with Netware, Active Directory, SQL Server (2000 and 2005), IIS 6, Lotus Notes and Visual Studio.Net (2002, 2003, and 2005). His language of choice is C#. Charles has created several windows and web bases applications in since November of 2002. 

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Summary

 

Murach Publishing uses a "paired pages" format which places the general concepts and explanations on the left hand pages and the essential syntax, guidelines, and example code on the right. This makes it easy to digest the content when first learning the subject matter and increases ease of use when the book becomes a reference source.

This book did an excellent job of introducing the new features of ASP.NET 2.0 and I would recommend the book to anyone upgrading their skills from ASP.NET 1.0 or 1.1.   Murach will be coming out with a book in the near future that covers ASP.NET 2.0 for the beginner that will probably be a better choice for people just starting to use ASP.NET.

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